Anti-circumvention investigations are conducted by the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) to determine whether circumvention of existing anti-dumping or countervailing measures is occurring. Circumvention occurs when trade and business practices are altered to specifically avoid the liability for Special Import Measures Act (SIMA) duties.
Each anti-circumvention investigations assess whether trade practices are altered to avoid the liability for duties under the Special Import Measures Act:
- an anti-circumvention investigation schedule
- a list of exhibits
- a list of counsel granted disclosure
- notices of initiation, termination or conclusion of anti-circumvention investigation
- a statement of essential facts
- a statement of reasons for anti-circumvention determination
- Anti-circumvention investigations conducted pursuant to the Special Import Measures Act
- Measures in force, for a complete index of products subject to the Special Import Measures Act
This page will be updated upon initiation of an anti-circumvention investigation.
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